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2003- 2004 Clubs & Sponsors

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Ecology Club

- Weekly recycling of school's paper, removal of exotic plants from Tree Tops park, school awareness of Earth Day, beach and waterway clean ups. Contributions to save rain forest and manatees.

Meetings: see club sponsor

Sponsor: Susan Weiss


Student Government Association (SGA)

- "The purpose of SGA is to promote the unification of the student body; act as a liaison between students, faculty, administration, and the community; provide orderly direction of student affairs; and promote the general welfare of the school"

- Student Government Association Constitution

SGA seeks to encourage school spirit and community service through a variety of projects and outlets (such as Homecoming and Spirit Week). To effectively handle its responsibilities, SGA can be subdivided into five component parts: four classes - Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class, each devoted to carrying out the same goals as SGA itself- and the Inter Club Council (ICC). Each of the four classes collaborate volunteering, service projects, fundraising, and leadership potential in a centralized goal - improving student life and class unity at Western - while effectively planning and organizing class trips and activities in preparation and fundraising for Senior Prom and graduation.

The fifth component of SGA, the Inter Club Council (ICC), has the dual mission of overseeing all Western High School clubs and acting as a communication forum &endash; allowing Western's clubs to interact, working together to network and plan joint activities.

- SGA provides students with basic influential and management skills and exposes them to the standard parliamentary procedure followed in actual governmental branches- creating character, individuality and the ability to lead in almost any situation.

- SGA and Class officers are also encouraged to participate in a leadership class offered at Western High School.

Student Government Association of Western High School

Senior Class, Junior Class, Sophomore Class, Freshman Class, Inter Club Council (ICC)

Meetings: see sponsor for more information

In the Auditorium

Sponsor: Ms. McMillion


Future Educators of America (FEA)

- Introduces Western High School students to the field of education through community projects working with children and teachers. General events include Countywide rallies and various activities for teachers throughout the year.

1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month


Mrs. Nolan

Thespian Troupe #4259

- A chapter of the International Thespian Society; specializes in:

Fun, improv, and theater.

Meetings: every other Wednesday

Room 425

Sponsor: Mrs. LaVite

WHS Drama Presents....

National Honor Society (NHS)

- NHS is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. In addition, NHS does at least one service project a month to benefit the surrounding community. NHS members also tutor students in the media center, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 2:45 pm 3:45 pm.

General Meetings are one Thursday each month after school (check calendar outside room 516)

Sponsor : Nancy Dean

Tutoring is available M-TH
2:30 to 3:30 in media

For more information see sponsor in
Room 428

General Meetings Wednesdays in Auditorium

Art Club
- We promote community spirit through art projects. This year we have made and sold holiday ornaments, done face painting in the cafeteria, painted windows at the SW Regional Library, done a banner for the City of Weston, and are planning on doing a wall of honor for the WHS Soccer team, as well as windows in a veterinary office, and possibly traveling to an elementary school to face paint there.

Students earn community service hours for projects that benefit the school, community, or charity work. Members are current or former art students and there are no dues.

Meetings: Every Wednesday
after school until 4 PM

Room 323

Mrs. Hahn

See Club Photos:

Face painting | Art Club Banner | Art Club Ribbon

Mu Alpha Theta

- Mu Alpha Theta, as the Math Honor Society, champions the various subjects of mathematics; as well as performing math related community service projects and tutoring. Mu Alpha Theta also volunteers with the Flamingo Elementary After School Care program, helping to reinforce the basic math skills of elementary level students. In addition, Mu Alpha Theta takes part in a variety of math competitions, traveling to other schools to participate in individual and team tests.

Vera Koutsoyannis.

2004-05 President:
Eileen Hernandez

Room 525.
Meetings: Every other Monday.

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Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

- A co-curricular organization that includes four courses: Child Development, Family Dynamics, Early Childhood Education, and ProStart. The students involved in these classes become a part of the club, not only in the classroom setting by voting on officer positions and holding meetings, but outside the classroom as well. Each FCCLA chapter holds fundraisers to raise money for the end of the year convention, and offers community service to organizations such as Women in Distress and Family Central. FCCLA prides itself on being an asset to its school and surrounding community.

Room 316

Ms. Nalven & Ms. Lowe

Debate Club

- Learn how to debate, present clear, well-organized arguments, and compete in state and national tournaments. Students are also encouraged to become a member of the prestigious National Forensics League (NFL). Students learn to debate a variety of topics and are taught different styles (everything from the traditional Lincoln-Douglas to Duos).

Meetings: Every Monday

Room 428

Ms. Dean

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Key Club International

- A service club affiliated with the Kiwanis Club of Weston, Key Club connects students with the community through various service projects aimed at aiding those in need. The club seeks to improve youth interaction both in school and throughout South Florida.

Every other Thursday

Room 611

Ms. Simon

Best Buddies

- An international corporation devoted to enhancing the lives of children who are developmentally disabled, or differently-abled, by pairing them up with mainstream children. These students are responsible for contacting their partner once a week and the chapter hold an outing once a month. Typical chapter outings include the movies, bowling, picnics, etc.

Meetings in Room 608


Interact Club

- A student organization sponsored by the Rotary Club of Weston. General events include Holiday Run, Golf Tournaments, various other service projects, and activities for fellowship.

2nd and 4th Monday of every month

Room 705

Mr. Linhart and Mr. Kennedy

Red Cross Club

- A service club dedicated to extending the goals and carrying on the mission of the American Red Cross through student participation. This includes disaster preparedness, community education, and health and safety activities.



Science Honor Society

-A club dedicated to enhancing student interest in science by performing various service activities and participating in science competitions.

Meetings: Every other Monday


Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT)

- Educates students about the dangers of smoking and tobacco related products

1st and 3rd Thursday of every month at 7 AM

Room 216

Mr. Marks

First Priority

- First Priority is a Christian based club, but individuals of all faiths are welcome. It is student-led, by a different person every week. All teachings are Bible - based, but lessons can and will be taken from the Old Testament if requested. First Priority is not a Youth Group, and everyone is welcome. Games, food, and music are often a part of the meeting.

Room 614

Ms. Deborah Moeller

Meets every Thursday after school

Western Film Productions (WFP)

- Do you like movies? Did you ever want to be in one? How about behind the scenes? Maybe you have an idea you'd like to see on film? With Film Productions, you can learn the art of cinematography and make your own movie.

Write, Film, Act, Direct: CREATE.

Every Monday

Room 724

Mr. Howard

Helping Every Little Person (HELP)

- Receive many service hours by going on a trip once a month and working with under privileged children. Every month has a different and fun theme.

Every Other Monday

Auditorium or Drama Room

Dr. Wilson

Readers' Ink Book Club

Meetings: Second Monday of each month

Room: 614

Ms. Deborah Moeller


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